M.S.K Prasad (Former Indian Cricketer) Wife, Records, Controversies, Age, Weight, Height and More

Updated on: Aug 9, 2019 5:30 pm IST

  • MSK Prasad is a former Indian cricketer who is currently a chief selector of the Indian cricket team. A young boy from Guntur who made it from the junior side to the Ranji side and next to the national side. The injury to Nayan Mongia gave him a big chance to showcase his skills. In the year 1999-2000, he played six tests and three against New Zeland in the home series and three against Australia. In the 2002-03 season, he made his best score of 754 runs from 11 matches.

     

    Name: M.S.K Prasad

    Nickname: NA

    Role: Wicketkeeper Batsman 

    Cricket Career

    Picture Source: Unknown

    International Debut

    Test: vs New Zealand at Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium, Oct 10, 1999

    ODI: vs Bangladesh at Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium, May 14, 1998 

    T20I: NA 

    Jersey Number: NA

    Major Teams: India, Andhra

    Records

    • He scored 754 runs in the season 200-03 in 11 matches at an average of 44.35.
    • Later he joined the panel of selectors and became the heath of the south zone.

    Wife and Children

    Marital Status: Married 

    Affairs/Girlfriends: NA

    Wife: NA

    Marriage Date: NA

    Children: NA

    Physical Appearance

    Picture Source: BCCI

    Height (approx.): NA

    Weight (approx.): NA

    Eye Colour: Black 

    Hair Colour: Black 

    Personal Life

    Date of Birth: 24th April 1975 

    Age (as of May 2019): 44 Years

    Birth Place: Guntur Andhra Pradesh

    Nationality: Indian 

    Zodiac sign/Sun sign: NA

    School: NA

    College: NA

    Educational Qualifications: NA

    Signature: NA

    Family

    Father: NA

    Mother: NA

    Sister: NA

    Brother: NA

    Coach/Mentor: NA

    Religion: Hindu 

    Address: Guntur, Andhra Pradesh 

    Preferences/Favourite

    Picture Source: IANS

    Hobbies: NA

    Cricketers: NA

     

    Lesser Known Facts

    • He replaced Nayan Mongia in the 1999 World Cup because of his injury and grabbed a chance to show his ability with gloves.
    • And after his last match, he was appointed in selector panel and becomes its chief in the year 2016.

     

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